Ancient Jethro City Prophet Shoaib Jewish tradition
سبحان اللہ! حضرت شعیب علیہ السلام کا گھر جو ہزاروں سال گزرنے کے باوجود آج بھی صحیح سلامت ہے؛ سب لوگ شیئر کریں تاکہ ذیادہ سے زیادہ لوگ زیارت کر سکیں۔۔
Shu’aib belongs to the Arab fairly than Jewish tradition, to which he’s unknown. His identity with Jethro, the sweetheart’s father of Moses, has no warrant, and I reject it. There is not any similarity both in names or incidents, and there are chronological difficulties. If, as the commentators let us know, Shu’aib was once in the fourth technology from Abraham, being a great-grandson of Madyan (son of Abraham), he could be just a century from the time of Abraham, whereas the Hebrew Bible might give us a length of four to six centuries between Abraham and Moses.
The mere incontrovertible fact that Jethro was a Midianite and that every other name, Reuel, is mentioned for a better half’s father of Moses in Num.x.29, is slim ground for identification. As the Midianites had been principally a nomad tribe, we don’t need to be stunned that their destruction in a single or two settlements didn’t impact their lifestyles in wandering sections of the tribe in other geographical regions.
The tomb of Shuʿayb is well preserved in Jordan; it is located 2 km (1.2 mi) west of the town of Mahis in an area called Wadi Shuʿayb, although Islam also attributes other sites located in the Sinai Peninsula and historical Palestine.
Another site recognized by Druze as the tomb of Shuʿayb, Nabi Shu’ayb, is located in Hittin in the Lower Galilee. Each year on April 25, the Druze gather at the site to discuss community affairs